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The award-winning, Hampton Inn & Suites Tampa - North, is conveniently located off the I75 and is just a 14-minute drive from Busch Gardens.
Its modern suites and guest rooms offer guests comfortable spaces to relax in and feature Hampton bed®, 32” LCD TVs, coffeemakers, free Wi-Fi and lap desks.
Guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi access, access to laundry facilities and valet services to make life easier. There is an on-site fitness room, a pool, a business center and a gift shop, in addition to free self-parking.
This hotel serves a complimentary buffet breakfast each morning and there is an on-site convenience store for snacks and drinks.
Hampton Inn & Suites Tampa - North is less than a six-mile drive from the area’s great attraction, Busch Gardens. The hotel is situated on the edge of Lettuce Lake Park where guests can access large natural spaces with ease and drive to central Tampa in 19-minutes.
The three storey-high glass domed Florida Aquarium was opened in March 1995 and has become a landmark on the edge of the Channelside district of downtown Tampa . Its mission statement declares the organisation to be dedicated to public entertainment, education and conservation. The facility is home to over ten thousand aquatic plants and animals, birds and fish from over thirteen hundred species from Florida and all over the world. The aquarium exhibits range over two floors and can be seen on a self paced walking tour through a variety of diverse habitats such as wetlands, bays and beaches and coral reefs. There is a large shark tank and special displays of rare creatures such as seahorses and spiders. Children may also pet a ray. Descriptive cards are located throughout the building. The aquarium owns a catamaran which organises ecological trips around Tampa Bay. There is a large car park on site and the TECO trolley stops nearby. ADMISSION: Open daily: 9:30am 5pm (Closed Christmas Day and Thanksgiving) Adults (12 60) $ 17.95 Seniors (60+) $ 14.95 Children (2 12) $12.95
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